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The data break-even point: How to ensure your data investment is right
"There is an ever-increasing demand for correct data to be delivered in a timely manner, so smart business decisions can be made with confidence."
FBI asks Apple to break into iPhones. Apple says no
Apple has solidified its stance on digital privacy, with CEO Tim Cook publishing an open letter to customers about why it won't comply with FBI's requ
Banking customers won't stand for subpar security, study finds
"There is an expectation that banks are taking adequate measures to safeguard their customers against fraud and breaches."
Getting emotional with business analytics
A quantitative, analytic and evidence-based approach is inhibited by the fact that people are predominantly emotional decision makers.
Cato Networks looks to solve the network security problem
"The current appliance-based infrastructure can’t keep up and is too expensive and complex to sustain, especially for mid-sized companies."
Harnessing the power of security operations centres
As organisations face an increasingly volatile threat landscape, security operations centres (SOCs) play an important role in protection.
Driving value from IT investments
“Organisations need to bridge this gap and clearly understand the capability and impact of new technologies before committing to projects."
IoT, proactive security and big data: Top trends impacting government
"2016 is going to be a promising year for government as it undergoes digital transformation – but it won't be easy.”
University of Auckland student wins REANNZ scholarship
“Future Funds is intended to give candidates the opportunity to challenge themselves - they’ll be exposed to a wide range of development opportunities
Data breaches cost SMEs more than money
"A data breach could be far worse financially for SMEs, due to the often more personal relationship that they have with their customers."
More Kiwi business accessing Govt data
More New Zealanders are accessing free government data, according to new figures from Land Information New Zealand Data Service.
Vendors up their game with acquisitions, partnerships, cloud and data
This year will see some big changes taking place in the world of IT as vendors and customers work to stay ahead against stiff competition.
How we buy and use smartphones is changing
This year will see a number of consumers buying secondhand devices, an increase in mobile shopping, data exclusive calls becoming the norm, and more..
Trust in mobile apps and services at an all time low
“People should not have to trade privacy and security to benefit from the wealth of data-enabled services that are available now and on the horizon."
Organisations fail to utilise real-time analytics
Real-time streaming analytics is becoming the lifeblood of today's data-driven economy, but there is a gap in understanding how to effectively use it.
How to ensure people and data work together effectively
People and data are a powerful combination, but it can be hard to get both right. Effective people management is crucial to the success of data.
Preventing advanced threat breaches is nothing more than a fantasy
"As organisations’ security programs continue to mature, they are learning that claims of being able to prevent advanced threat breaches are fantasy."
VMob's data analytics now available on Microsoft's Power BI
“It’s a positive step forward, and as a result we expect to see more brands utilise Power BI for their business insights.”
The Internet of Things will fail if security has no context
It’s not just about protecting IoT devices but the entire ecosystem, from the customer to the partner, the cloud and everything else in between.
Wellington to host Kiwi-focused cloud security event
“We’re trying to create a cyber security industry in New Zealand that focuses on user needs and steers away from vendor-centric cloud services."
Data, technology and finance know-how vital to success
"A working knowledge of data and technology capabilities and trends to drive multichannel success is vital for board-level marketers."
New investment tool launched by Treasury
“We are already using data effectively to better understand those who rely on a range of social sector and other public services."
Six steps to creating a data culture
The CDO develops a data strategy, manage the information ecosystem and, most importantly, educate employees on the power and possibilities of data.
Data integrity top ambition for CFOs
“On the path to a single source of truth, CFOs are incorporating exploding amounts of data aggregated from myriad sources and departments."